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Imran speaking Zardari's language against PML-N: Shahbaz

22 April, 2013

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MIANWALI: PML-N leader Shahbaz Sharif said that PTI chairman Imran Khan is speaking the language of President Asif Ali Zardari who is hatching conspiracies against the PML-N.

Addressing a public meeting on Sunday‚ he said PML-N will emerge as a leading party in the forthcoming election which will be day of real change.

PML N leader Shahbaz Sharif has said‚ if his party voted to power‚ it will bring an industrial revolution in the country.

He said the 11th May will also be a day to get rid of plunderers and looters and would be the 'day of judgment' for corrupt politicians.

Shahbaz Sharif said that PTI Chief Imran Khan is being used against his party by President Asif Zardari.

He said that the people of Mianwali have great love for revolutionary leader Nawaz Sharif and if the people want to bring a real change in the country, they should vote to the PML-N.

If the people want real change in the country, they should cast their votes in favour of 'Tiger'.

He said that he was standing with the flood-hit people in the time of trouble and trial while so-called champions of change and revolutions were absent from the site of occurrence.

He vowed that if the PML-N enjoys an opportunity to come to power, energy crisis would be overcome.

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